The Deep South USA Blog
12 Unique Autumn Festivals In Louisiana You Won’t Find Anywhere Else
When the humidity starts to lower in Louisiana you can say that autumn – or fall as they say in the States - has officially arrived; the Saints are in the Superdome and the kids are back in school. Which means it’s time for Fall Festivals. Louisiana has some amazing festivals in the entire country. Here are 12 of the best and most unique…
Fall in love in Tennessee
You can travel and celebrate the most colourful days of Autumn in Tennessee with relaxing hikes & scenic drives all with a beautiful backdrop of rainbow Autumn colours.
Fall for Coastal Mississippi: The Secret Coast
Autumn on Coastal Mississippi lets you discover a region that is perfectly poised to surprise and delight, offering all the relaxation, adventure and variety that travellers want & need.
Outdoor Adventure in Louisville, Kentucky
Beyond the iconic attractions and the distillery tours, outdoor (and underground) adventures are plentiful throughout Louisville. Reconnect with nature on a hike, cycling along the Ohio River, ziplining under the city, or paddling on a local waterway.
Virtual Elvis Week 2022 - Live from Graceland
Fans who can’t make it to Memphis for the 45th celebration, can now enjoy Elvis Week from home. Virtual Passes are on-sale now.
New Orleans Streetcars, Riverboats and Paddle Steamers
Streetcars are a charming and convenient way to experience the many areas of New Orleans. Four distinct lines, each originating downtown, travel through the French Quarter and beyond to places you might not otherwise get to see.
Discover America's Most Amazing Mile!
The Incline Railway at Chattanooga, Tennessee, is a funicular railway system that's been running for over 125 years old! Breath taking views of the Chattanooga Valley can be seen from the observation deck of the Lookout Mountain Station, the highest overlook on the mountain. You'll get the opportunity to visit Civil War sites, Rock City and Ruby Falls.
Climb aboard these Kentucky train experiences
Grab your family and friends and make tracks to one of Kentucky’s unique train experiences. From train rides through the countryside to historic museums and train tracks that are central to Kentucky towns, there’s something for rail fans and everyone to see.
Graceland Celebrates the 40th Anniversary of Opening to the Public
On 7th June 1982 Elvis Presley’s Graceland opened to the public for tours, when 3,034 fans paid the $5 admission fee for the opportunity to be the first to experience the place that the King of Rock 'n' Roll called home.
Alabama's Royal Reds
All hail Alabama’s Royal Reds, the huge crimson shrimp that tastes just like lobster and scallops – it really is the crown jewel of Gulf shrimp!